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Most Impressed with the bus service it runs about every 15 mins and stops at many different places - when it stops for people in wheelchairs - walking frames etc they lower the bus down to footpath level to make it easier to board the...More
WE took advantage of this wonderful free service to explore the architecture of Adelaide city. We used the inner city AND the extended route to observe the unusual buildings and lovely well kept gardens of city dwellings. The buses offered 2 routes and the trams...More
We caught free tram in the city. My husband was in a wheelchair and it was very accessible due to raised platforms in the middle of road. Bus driver also got out to help but I was able to manage myself. Thank you Adelaide!
A local student intrude me to this free ride service. Love it, so convenient and takes only 10 minutes from Rundle MAlll to China town where the local famous Central Market is selling local produce to European Deli items. Great local eats and products and...More
These bus routes are free services! 99A (Anti-clockwise) and 99C (Clockwise) go around CBD (South Adelaide) while 98A and 98C go around whole Adelaide City (including Southern and Northern Adelaide). 99A/C (Mon - Fri) save your time to go to Rundle Mall, City Hall, Central...More
Sorry, I know that the Adelaide trams are wheelchair accessible, but I haven't been on the Melbourne tram for several years. However, I'm sure that our sensitive Aussie cousins will have made provision for this need.